For A Few Dollars More

Hey there!
I’m a beginner intensively trying to improve my skills everyday. I can play a few simple songs already and what I was aiming to play since I’ve touched my harp for the first time, were western theme songs. I love them, I really do! I really, really encourage you to try playing classic themes like “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly” or A Man with a Harmonica from “Once upon a time in the west”.
My problem is that I cannot find tabs to one of my favorite theme - “For A Few Dollars More”.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLXQltR7vUQ#
For A Few Dollars More (Theme by Ennio Morricone)

Just listen to it! Amazing. Can anybody help me? I dug through the whole internet and didn’t find it :’(

I will appreciate any help guys!
Thanks!

Edit: Forgot to add that I’m using Diatonic Harmonica in Key of C.

Howdy Huvin!

I know JP Allen’s tab finder:

http://www.harmonica.com/blog/3008-harmonica-tabs-how-to-find-tons-of-songs-for-free.html

Has an Eastwood movie score:

http://www.harmonica.com/blog/1891-a-full-fist-of-dollars-whistled-part.html

But not the one you’re asking for specifically.

I know this site has:

http://www.harpinanawhinin.com/Tabs/TVMovieThemeSongs/magnificent_seven.htm

But not the one you’re asking for specifically.

I’ve never actually used the following programs, but they may help you specifically:

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/win95/EAR_TRAINING/

Good luck!

Keep On Harpin’!

I finally found it - in case some1 else would need it I can link it.
http://www.harptabs.com/song.php?ID=14944

Loved all the music from the spaghetti westerns. Thanks for the post

Westerns, woohoo! I’m trying to pick out some of the background harmonica stuff from “The Apple Dumpling Gang”. :smiley: